[MobilePRwire.com] Las Vegas, Nevada - Android gamers get a real treat this Halloween with the addition of virtual vampire boyfriends on the popular dating sim - My Virtual Boyfriend.
For Immediate Release:
Indie game development studio WET Productions, announces an update to their popular dating simulation game - My Virtual Boyfriend with update 2.1.
This update comes in time for Halloween, allowing players to date virtual vampires versions of their former selves for a wickedly good time. In addition to vampires, it also includes several new Halloween themed costumes for them to wear like- the police, an angel, or a soldier. Here is what’s new:
- Vampire Boyfriends
- 2X the graphics resolution of previous versions
- Now up to 35+ levels of game play
- Halloween themed costumes
- Smarter Artificial intelligence
- Additional dialog
My Virtual Boyfriend is a dating simulation game that features a host of characters to choose from with varying appearance and unique personalities. The goal of the game is to charm your way into the heart of your virtual date and eventually, get him to fall in love with you. It combines both humor and flirty romance for a unique gaming experience on mobile devices.
“Players love my virtual boyfriend, so we like to keep the game fresh by improving the game with updates every few months and Halloween is a great opportunity to add seasonal content." Said Mike Amerson, President of WET Productions.
Android 2.2 and up
Size (under 50 mb)
Pricing and Availability:
My Virtual Boyfriend is a free to play game with in app purchases. It is available worldwide, through the Google play store and is rated as medium maturity.
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